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Veterans monument tribute to all American veterans. Located in front of Picayune's Historic City Hall.
A tribute to the 126 Poplarville and Bay St. Louis residents who served in Iraq.
c. 1888. This renovated Victorian townhouse, located in the Natchez Historic District, offers many amenities. Plantation breakfast. 3 rooms and 1 cottage.
The 930 Blues Cafe' preserves the legacy of Mississippi Delta Blues on historic Congress Street in the heart of downtown Jackson. The owner has recreated a vivid Delta atmosphere with artifacts such as washboards, cotton scales, and flooring of the finest of long-leaf southern pine, resurrected from an old church. Featuring local and international blues artist. Dine on one of three decks or just hang out on the second floor balcony while you listen to some of the best blues around.
Downstairs you’ll find a great selection of creative pieces including stationery, jewelry, maps and knick-knacks. Upstairs offers a display gallery you will not want to miss. Also, shop in the bridal registry.
Museum presenting the history of cotton and the crop's relationship to blues music.
Enjoy an exterior glimpse at over 50 historic homes. Brochure available at the Aberdeen Visitors Bureau.
Beautiful display of color brings the blues to life in Bukka White's hometown. Mural is the backdrop to Mississippi Blues Trail Marker at the intersection of Commerce and Meridian.
Park has outside full-court basketball area, a 1600 sq. ft. open-air pavilion, picnic tables, state of the art playground, baseball/softball field, concession stand, bathroom amenities.
A living home based educational/African cultural continuum museum containing paintings, artifacts, carvings, videos, tools, photographs of European enslavement forts, instruments, traveling exhibits.
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